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When an anion bond with a mmetal ion to form complex ion does it fulfill its primary and secondary valencies together? How does it occur at molecular level? e.g. NO3 ^- in [Co(NH3)5 NO3]SO4 Does NO3^- suffice a secondary valancey and a primary valency of CO(III)?

When an anion bond with a mmetal ion to form complex ion does it fulfill its primary and secondary valencies together? How does it occur at molecular level?
e.g. NO3 ^- in [Co(NH3)5 NO3]SO4  Does NO3^- suffice a secondary valancey and a primary valency of CO(III)?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Sakshi
askIITians Faculty 652 Points
5 years ago
no..see it depends on the anions which are being bonded to the central metal ion..for example many transition metals have to be adjusted in such a manner that both their valencies are satisfied..
also at molecular level u can refer to LFT for details..

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